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What are these behaviors of dogs? Interpretation of common behaviors of dogs

Like people, dogs have their own hobbies and thoughts, and they have their own emotions and sorrows. How can a dog owner know his dog? You need to know what the common behavior of dogs means.

In winter, the dog also sticks out his tongue: in summer, the longer the dog sticks out his tongue, the hotter it gets. But in winter, dogs can breathe faster when they're nervous or excited, so they also stick out their tongues to calm themselves down.

Interpretation of dog's common behavior

1. The reason why dogs like to be close to people is that dogs are social animals, they have similar social structure and internal motivation with humans. If puppies are used to being with people during the sensitive period from the third week to the 12th week after birth, it is easy for them to regard the owner's family as their group.

2. Dogs are destructive when left alone: they have a strong desire to live in groups, and some dogs can't accept being alone. When it is left alone at home, it often barks, howls, panics and urinates because of the fear of intruders. Some left behind dogs like to gather together the things that their owners have touched or used, surround their owners' smell and form a barrier. If there are too few things to form a protective ring, the dogs will bite them into pieces and spread them.

3. Dog friendly expression: when a dog greets its friends (people or other dogs), it will have a backward grin, peaceful eyes, backward ears and rolled tongue. After greeting, it will turn around and lean its buttocks on the owner. At this time, they hope their heads can keep a certain distance from people. And standing in this way allows the master to caress its back.

4. Dogs are infatuated with roadside telegraph poles: the urine and feces left by other dogs can give dogs a lot of information. Who has ever been there? Male or female? Healthy or not? How old are you? What is the status & hellip; & hellip;

5. Wagging a dog's tail can also bite: wagging a tail indicates that the dog is excited, but not necessarily that it is friendly. Before approaching a wagging dog, it is important to understand its other body language.

6. Dog R's arrogance reason: when a dog meets another dog and doesn't trust him, he often avoids eye contact, pulls his ears back, keeps his tail neutral, stands straight, and makes himself look very tall.

7. The purpose of the dog's crawling: when the dog invites the same kind or people to play with it, it will bow and bow, that is, the classic shape of the front elbow on the ground and buttocks pouting. Then wagging his tail, he jumped up and ran away, looking back to see if his invitation was answered.

8. Training dogs to listen to commands: compared with human children, dogs are less able to understand voice signals. So to train the dog to sit down, come over and so on, it's best to combine commands with gestures.

9. Dogs bully big dogs: among a litter of dogs, the puppies with the strongest willpower tend to prevail. It is often the smallest with the strongest personality, and the desire to be a boss is stronger and easier to succeed.

10. In the face of an angry dog: the dog looks up, wrinkles his nose, reveals sharp teeth, pulls up his lips, but pulls forward the corners of his mouth, which shows that he is showing strength and gives you a chance to step back. If you want to retreat, you should step back slowly and obviously so as not to attract attack.

11. One dog will be damaged by another dog: two dogs can form a group. If one dog dares to do something, two dogs will dare to do it together.

12. Dogs like chasing people: many dogs like chasing pedestrians, bicycles and cars, not because they want to bite them, but because they want to catch up with them, so as to consume their extra energy. Of course, some dogs will bite when they catch up, because they are excited or afraid of the person.

13. Dogs like to make themselves dirty: the nature of hunting makes them good at hiding their tracks, especially the smell. And to do this is to hide yourself in the smelly material around you. Once it's washed clean by its owner when it comes home, the impulse to roll on another pile of stinky things next time is even stronger.

14. When dogs eat, they put their hands out and they will bite: dogs are naturally possessive of precious food, and they will defend these delicacies. To make them understand that the host's hand is to give, not to take, food, it must be understood from an early stage.

15. Dogs like to hide things: it comes from their wild dog ancestors, because there is often not enough food in the wild. Once in a while, excess food must be stored safely. Dogs have powerful digestive enzymes in their stomachs, which make them unable to make a living even after eating rotten and spoiled food. It should be remembered that dogs have a strong sense of "digging deep and accumulating food".

16. Dogs like to sleep under tables, chairs and beds: because they don't want to be disturbed, they can have a good dream.

17. Dogs sometimes have to dig their nest 'because they like to sleep in a comfortable place. If the nest is uneven, they will flatten it and make it comfortable to sleep.

18. In winter, the dog also sticks out his tongue: in summer, the longer the dog sticks out his tongue, the hotter it gets. But in winter, dogs can breathe faster when they're nervous or excited, so they also stick out their tongues to calm themselves down.

19. Dog owners need to pay attention to: the exposed skin of dogs will also be sunburned, especially for dogs with white fur. When they are sunburned, certain measures should be taken to avoid direct exposure.